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Karen-Edmunds Community Manager
See you there!
Due to the number of sponsors I have, it would be difficult to reschedule, but not impossible.
The dates for the meet are Sept. 22nd and 23rd.
All details of the MWCR-V meet can be found at:http://www.geocities.com/bobbyg157/BobsVerdeV.html
E-mail me if you have any questions and look forward to seeing you.
Details of the Trip:Friday Night (March 29th)For those arriving Friday night I will make some plans for a dinner. I will wait to make specific plans until we know how many may be coming in on Friday.Saturday (March 30th)Breakfast - location TBD - 10:00amVisit Kinzua Bridge State Park - When this viaduct was built in 1881, it was the world's highest and longest railroad bridge at 301 feet tall and 2053 feet long.Drive to Smethport, PA - This is a small historical community with a great many unique buildings and small shops. If this trip turns out to be a non-family trip this stop may be dropped. Smethport features the "world's first year round Christmas Store" or so they claim.Drive to Kane, PA - We will stop here for lunch. Kane is known as the Black Cherry Capitol of the World. There are several restaurants to eat at here.Drive up Route 6 - This is a national scenic route. We will take Route 6 accross the ANF to route 59.Kinzua Dam - This was a spectacular site last year. Due to it being very cold we didn't stay and enjoy it for very long.Long House Scenic Drive - ONLY IF THE WEATHER IS GOOD. This is a drive down the Resavoir that the Dam created. If the weather is good we should be able to travle these forest roads and see a great many wondeful views of the resavoir. If the weather is bad this item will be skipped and we will head back from the Dam.Dinner - We will have dinner. I will not plan evening events after dinner so people can break off as family groups or go do things with people they have met.Sunday (March 31st)Breakfast and Goodbyes - location TBD - 9:30am
This is a road sign somewhere in Georgia. I thought it was appropriate given the purpose for the drive.Here we are playing the back nine. We took advantage of a golf course under construction and did a little lite off-roading.Another pic from the fairway.This is Thai making his way through the trails.
Remember to check back at the site often as I will be adding links.Thanks.GoongalaGoonga
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